Miramar brewery Double Vision Brewing has released a new Hazy IPA, aptly named ‘Juice Cinda’, to support Kiwi mental health.
The third in the brewery’s Hazy IPA series, Juice Cinda was made as “a celebration of kindness, resilience and local support”.
“The local craft community and our leadership through these challenging times are what has kept Double Vision Brewing going,” said the brewery on social media.
Featuring a striking image resembling Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on the can, the IPA has notes of “Maris Otter, flaked oats and light crystal malts”.
And Double Vision Brewery is giving 50% of the sales profits of Juice Cinda to ‘I Am Hope’ to support the mental health of New Zealanders.
“If you are planning on having a beer this Friday, you may as well have one that is supporting your community,” sais the brewery.
“And while we love the idea of everyone having a pint, we acknowledge alcohol isn’t always the best thing if you’re going through a hard time.
“If that is the case and you want to give back, we would suggest donating that pint’s worth to I Am Hope!”
100% of the donations made through this Give A Little page will be given to I Am Hope.
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